Mayfield Saw Bench Restoration

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    rudy
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    I recently bought a mayfield saw. Luckily my work shift patterns this week allowed me to restore it in my own time. It has all been either blasted or wire brushed with an air tool before being primed with zinc phosphate and painted in LNER Apple Green as I had some to hand. Will get some use cutting fire wood in the garden with the mayfield mk15. In a previous post I asked about the “hyspeed” drive assembly. I managed to fix this by soaking in diesel for 48 hours to get the pulley off and then adjusted the bearing alignment with a drift to allow it to rotate smoothly. I’ll give the top another cost of black enamel when I put the blade on next week.

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    charlie
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    A real transformation. Another interesting restoration project I see in the workshop there.

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